WX4NHC Online Hurricane Weather Report Submission

Timestamp: 2023-10-25 13:17:15 -0500
Event: Otis
Received Via: VOIP NET
Reporting Weather Volunteer Observer: Rob-KD1CY
Email: rmacedo@rcn.com

Observed (mo/day/year): OCT/25/2023

Observation time: 1714 UTC; 114 PM Eastern
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Wind Measurements: Measured
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Wind Direction: N degrees

Barometric Pressure: MILLIBARS

Measured Rainfall: INCHES

Comments: After the passage of the hurricane #Otis , four stations located on the central coast of Guerrero, belonging to the broadband network of the Seismological Service, have stopped transmitting data and are disconnected. The DAIG station, which was closest to the hurricane's impact point, could take days or even weeks to recover its signal. Although this does not imply that the SSN stops reporting earthquakes on the central coast of Guerrero, it is likely that smaller magnitude earthquakes (less than M3) are not recorded due to insufficient stations to provide an accurate report. Image: DAIG seismogram showing an increase in low frequencies due to the hurricane's wind, just before its signal was interrupted. https://twitter.com/Sismoalertamex/status/1717227988851609863 This is what the Filo de Caballo-Tlacotepec Highway looks like this morning in the Sierra de #Guerrero , after passing through Acapulco of the Hurricane #Otis https://twitter.com/DiariodeMorelos/status/1717228231437570176